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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (March 20, 2015)

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'What have they accomplished?' The GOP version. Cook, Brad Column 673
5 N.H. hospitals, Tufts form new insurance plan. Rajala, Liisa 512
Balsams study forecasts economic boom for coos. Feingold, Jeff 697
Checking in with the Salem business community. Discussion 2208
Chiller theater. Brief article 262
Cold calling isn't 'dead' because it works so well. Payne, Toby 653
Confidence vote. Brief article 168
Coping with the 'myth' of work-life balance. Houghton, Trinnie Column 621
Data points: as landline phones fade, FairPoint looks to a new business. Brooks, David 369
F&J tote board. 157
Favorite foods' recipe for success. McCord, Michael 507
Granny D's long walk for democracy continues. Weeks, Daniel 678
GTAT inks $100 million financing deal. Brief article 244
How does a business accommodate a service animal? Walker, Shima Umetani 735
iHeart veterans: 12-hour radiothon to benefit granite state vets. 304
It's not just offices that are shrinking space. Norton, William 583
Jackman Commercial Realty Inc. Brief article 149
Keeping it low: only 6 N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in February. Sanders, Bob Brief article 263
Largest domestic insurance companies operating in New Hampshire. Directory 356
Mark your calendar. Calendar 897
Musher Lidia Dale-Mesaros. Rajala, Liisa Interview 610
N.H. colleges' economic impact: $5.8b in 2012-13: report finds colleges, universities employed 17,800 people, paid for $231m in construction. Rajala, Liisa 723
New Hampshire's state government must be transformed. Herr, Michael; Dupont, Ed 584
NHBR about town. 307
Pass the mic, but don't pass on the copyright. Peaslee, Kimberly A.W. 764
Power ploy: Merrimack scrubber at the center of Eversource's divestiture plan. Sanders, Bob 1796
Ready for the primary, not necessarily for Hillary. Surdukowski, Jay Column 686
Ruger's earnings took a hit in 2014. Brief article 276
Six nonprofits vie for community-funded makeover: building on hope to make decision for 2016 renovations in April. 370
Staying put: despite acquisition, North Country Smokehouse, will remain in Claremont. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 256
Terminating an employee the right way. West, Delise Column 763
The nuts and bolts of establishing a B corporation. Grosvenor, Andrew 734
Truth or dare. Column 246
Westward ho: Kennebunk savings opens fourth New Hampshire branch. Rajala, Liisa Brief article 194
Where has New Hampshire's competitive edge gone? Fernald, Mark 632

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